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Re: Potato 2.2r3 and Kernel 2.2.19 Questions



kernels are never upgraded automatically by apt, you have to do it
yourself:

apt-get install kernel-image-2.2.19

On Tue, Oct 23, 2001 at 07:09:43PM +0200, eim wrote:
> Actually I'm runnning Potato 2.2r2 on some Debian Boxes which
> I've upgraded to 2.2r3, the Kernel which powers the system is
> still 2.2.18pre21 while for the 2.2r3 Release of Potato it should
> be version 2.2.19
> 
> So, correct me if I'm wrong but Debian Potato 2.2r3 comes out
> with Kernel 2.2.19, right ?
> 
> Well, if so, I want to upgrade from 2.2.18pre21 to 2.2.19, apply
> the "new RAID Style" Patch and the latest security Patch.
> 
> My question is this: Debian's 2.2.19 kernel-source package is
> allready avaiable with the latest Kernel security patch or should
> I download the patch form openwall.com and apply externaly ?
> 
> Thank you for suggestions,
> have a good work !
> 
> Ivo Marino
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